South Korea: Concerns raised over safety of nuclear plants

Politicians and decision-makers in South Korea are torn about a plan to continue construction of two nuclear power plants, following a major earthquake.

    Politicians and decision-makers in South Korea are torn about a plan to continue construction of two nuclear power plants, following a major earthquake.

    The magnitude 5.4 earthquake in early November reignited public concern about whether the country can still be considered a seismic safe zone.

    Now a 500-strong panel of experts is due to report.

    Al Jazeera's Kathy Novak reports from Ulsan.


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